- Nigerian musician Seun Kuti addresses the on-going ASUU strike
- The singer called out parents who are busy attending political rallies when their children are not in school
- Kuti also called on parents to learn to serve their children rather than just raise them
As we head to the date towards the period of the 2019 general elections, the political arena in Nigeria is becoming more and more heated with rallies and debate being held by different parties.
With political rallies being held day by day, Seun Kuti, the youngest son of legendary musician Fela Kuti, has a few choice of words for parents who are attending some of these rallies.
Seun Kuti, who is also a musician like his father, insulted the parents attending the rallies. The singer expressed that the parents should not be seen at the rallies when some of them have kids who are not in school.
The musician who shared his opinion on Instagram had been referring to the on-going strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
Legit.ng had reported that ASUU had embarked on a strike on November 4, 2018, over the poor funding of Nigerian universities.
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In his post, Kuti advised parents to learn to serve their children rather than just raise them He expressed that Nigerians would not understand national development if parents don't serve their children.
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It is no longer news that Seun Kuti has strong political opinions even though he has said he doesn't support any political party. Legit.ng had earlier reported that the musician had expressed that his father would have been the president of Nigeria if he was still alive.
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